[Bf-committers] CTRL-X functionality

Shaul Kedem shaul.kedem at gmail.com
Wed Apr 25 15:24:14 CEST 2007

The other option would be to enable/disable this feature from the settings

Also, I think quit.blend is a good idea but in such cases blender should
open with that file asking if it should be kept or removed (unless loaded
with another file as a parameter)

On 4/25/07, Doug Ollivier <doug at mudpuddle.co.nz> wrote:
> Ton Roosendaal wrote:
> >
> > For example; just save a quit.blend for ctrl+x? There might be more of
> > such solutions to prevent the extremely unlikely accident with ctrl+x.
> Yes this is the least intrusive option.  Better yet, tie in Ctrl+Z with
> quit.blend and allow the user to seamlessly undo across a file, if they
> do make a mistake it is the first thing they will press.
> The secondary solution is to create a Save, Save as, Quit... type menu
> option for any of these file tools, in order to communicate a decision
> to the user.  it takes no more clicks than currently, i.e. there is
> already a Ctrl+X dialogue box.  So there is no productivity loss to
> implementing a good user centred approach in this case.
> Alltaken
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